After screenshots landed on of a redesigned Gmail app that was reportedly in testing, we felt confident enough to report on additional details we received from sources about a “Google 2.0″ redesign in the works. We also noted that Google was planning similar redesigns for some of its other apps that would make them more scalable for wearables and introduce additional gesture and voice features. Backing up our report, today,Geek posted another set of screenshots showing what is is apparently a similar redesign for Google’s Calendar app. 

The redesigned Calendar app in the screenshots above is an even more noticeable overhaul than the earlier Gmail screenshots. Also included is a new Daily Agenda feature for getting an email of your day’s events, as well as birthdays from Google+ and new social features.

We’ll have to wait to find out for sure the above is something Google is testing or indeed its big redesign that sources have indicated is on the way. A couple more screenshots below:

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5 Responses to “Redesigned Google Calendar app for Android leaks in screenshots”

  1. Reminds me of Facebook and Apple – Yuck!! Using Cal by synced up to Google Calendar.

  2. Keep going. You just might make me switch.

  3. Reminds me of the iOS Calendar app but with a different approach to the design… I wonder if it feels the same. Looks great!

  4. michaelg379 says:

    I bet this will be announced at I/O 2014

  5. Tom Parker says:

    Any talk of an official Google Cal app for iOS?